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Hughes Middle Green Ribbon Selectee


Hughes Middle Green Ribbon Selectee

Charles Evans Hughes Middle School campus culture is characterized by environmental service projects by all students, staff, and community members, resulting in hundreds of students actively participating in eco-service projects each year. In 2012-2013 year alone, student service projects included No Trash Day, the America Recycles Book Drive, Campus Work Days, Eco-Gift Workshops and Holiday Bazaar, Rain Barrel Workshops, Backyard Bird Count, the Share the Love Clothing Drive, the Urban Run-off Public Service Announcement Project, a plant sale, the Earth Day Paper, Shred, and E-waste Drive, and a bottle and can drive.

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Questions:   Lesley Taylor | ltaylor@cde.ca.gov | 916-322-0310
Last Reviewed: Friday, April 15, 2016
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